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The GoodOnYa Bar Review

My family eats a lot of raw foods and we also enjoy food that comes from “nature”. The GoodOnYa bar is a tasty option for eating on the go….I can’t tell you how many times I would get hungry and forget to have a snack in my bag. It is often difficult to find a truly healthy, natural and satisfying snack but the GoodOnYa bar is a wonderful option. It is perfect for “on the go” and you can feel confident in the ingredients in this tasty bar. The GoodOnYa bars are 48-76% raw, depending on the flavor, use NO fillers (I love this!), non GMO, no dairy, has good fiber and is Gluten free. I really appreciate that it is soy free because I prefer not to use any type of soy in my food choices for myself and my children.

How do the bars taste? Absolutely delicious… felt like an indulgence and was very satiating when I was looking for a quick snack or breakfast. The Peanut Butter Honey is my favorite and my kids really like the Peanut Butter Dark Chocolate. With ingredients like organic peanut butter, organic honey, cold milled flax seed, raw sesame seeds, Celtic sea salt, raw hemp seeds and vanilla …..this is one food that I feel good about offering to my children as a special treat when they ask for desert or tell me that they are hungry after playing the afternoon.

When I stock up on the GoodOnYa bars I plan to always keep some in my bag for those times that I need to re-nourish with a healthy option.

You can learn more about GoodOnYa bars at their website and view all the purchasing options and flavors.

*I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample of the product for review purposes. The opinions are completely my own based on my experience.*


Maureen is a SAHM who left the Corporate healthcare field to home educate her 6, 7 and 8 year old children. She is a voracious reader for both herself & her kids and also enjoys a natural and organic lifestyle. She lives in Orlando, Fl with her husband Mark, three children and 5 year old boxer, Jack.

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